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or lease a 2014 jetta se for $169 a month after a $1,000 bonus. good morning, america. and happening now, flash flood emergency. more than 4 inches of rain in the midwest in less than an hour shutting down highways, cars completely submerged. this resort under water. and an incredible dust wave. visibility wiped out in seconds. and extreme heat scorches much of the country. also breaking overnight high alert. the new warning about the terror group isis and why it's an imminent threat to every american. as we also learn more details about james foley's captors. amy van dyken-rouen just months after the atv accident that left her paralyzed now taking her first steps her husband by her side.
inside her stunning recovery ♪ bang bang into the room the song everyone can't stop playing. three superstars one new smash hit and now comes the warning over their performance but could beyonce spring a surprise that overshadows them all? ♪ bang bang there goes your heart ♪ and we do say good morning, america, on this friday morning. nicki minaj, arianna grande, jesse getting us going with their hit. >> a big splash with that one. >> good to you here, dave. >> i always pick the fridays. best day of the week. we'll hear another huge hit. check this out to see magic! the band, why you got to be so rude. >> oh. >> come on. just marry her. we'll get to the bottom of that. >> the hit of the summer. that is later.
we are looking forward to that but in the meantime, so much news to get to this morning beginning with that severe weather, flash flood warnings and watches in effect out in the midwest right now. you know that ginger is tracking it all for us. >> yeah, more than 80 severe weather reports and doesn't count the flash flood warnings or lightning at the freedom tower. always stunning to see that it's the numbers coming out around chicago, parts of indiana. 10 plus inches since midnight. take a look. overnight, highways shutting down just outside chicago. more than 4 1/2 inches of rain fall until just a few hours. thousands of miles west in california, this is what it sounds like inside this. a towering wave of dust known as a haboob rolling across the land near palm springs. visibility near zero in seconds. another haboob in arizona. winds up to 45 miles per hour triggering the impressive rolling waves. back east, more flooding.
waters sweeping over this car in moorhead city, north carolina, more than 4 inches in 90 minutes and look at the amount of water rushing into this resort near scranton, pennsylvania. no sleep in port jervis new york. remember we were talking about that general not organized risk of severe storms. look how many in yellow. it's the pockets of orange we want to spend more time on. this afternoon and evening throughout parts of the plains, nebraska, kansas into parts of southwestern iowa. look out for damaging wind and potential for hail and right here in nags head down to wilmington. much more coming up in my weather, the nation's weather including big heat in the south, david. >> starting us off. the latest on the execution of james foley. federal investigators are now closing in on identifying his killer from the terrorist group isis. we're also learning more this morning. they've been sending brazen
e-mails to the families of those american hostages. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross tracking late details for us. >> good morning, u.s. officials are saying this morning they believe there are at least three americans currently being held by isis and that with no negotiations under way and after a failed rescue mission, they fear we have not seen the last of this group's medieval barbarism. as the fbi steps up its hunt for the killer of james foley, some former hostages identified him as one of three british citizens the hostages nicknamed the beatles who served as jailers, torturers and executioners for the islamic terror group. >> jim was the subject of repeated physical abuse at their hands. >> reporter: with growing concern about the fate of a second u.s. hostage held by isis, steven sotloff, the secretary of defense said the u.s. would not hesitate to do a second mission. >> we will not relent our
efforts to bring our citizens home and their captors to justice. >> reporter: the mission involved special forces and a fleet of aircraft was launched after it became clear that no negotiations were possible with the isis group which had demanded a ransom of $130 million for the release of foley. >> the fbi didn't take it seriously. we didn't take it seriously. >> reporter: meme involved in the process say hostages from france and other european countries held by isis were set free after ransom papers of about $2 million cash each delivered by middle men from turkey. something the u.s. has refused to consider as a matter of principle. in a final chilling e-mail sent last week to the parents of james foley, isis said, you did not spare our weak elderly women or children so we will not spare yours and that's how the foley parents learned their son was going to be executed. >> unbelievable. >> all right, thank you. defense secretary chuck hagel issuing the strongest
warning yet about isis calling the group a, quote, imminent threat. abc's martha raddatz has more on all this and, martha, what do we know this morning about what military action the u.s. might take? >> reporter: well, robin, there have been nearly 100 u.s. air strikes, fighter jet, bombers, armed drones on isis targets in iraq and they expect many more in the coming days. but u.s. officials also making it clear this is not a knockout blow and they expect isis to regroup. secretary of defense chuck hagel is using that alarming language saying isis poses an imminent threat to every interest we have, whether it's in iraq or anywhere else saying, isis is as sophisticated and well funded as any group that we have seen. they're beyond just a terrorist group. we must prepare for everything and the only way you do that, you take a cold, steely, hard look at it and get ready. very, very strong language,
robin. >> tough talk from the administration. no doubt bit, martha. but are there limbs to what the u.s. -- the action they might take, limbs? >> reporter: we've heard the president say over and over no combat boots on the ground and as you know there have been no u.s. air strikes in syria where isis has a haven, even the chairman of the joint chiefs saying emphatically you could not defeat isis without addressing the problem in syria. but he also said he was not predicting that the u.s. would launch air strikes there, although he did not rule that out, robin. >> okay, martha, thank you very much. and we'll have much more on this sunday on "this week" with george. learn more about isis on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! >> a lot want to know more. we'll turn to that recover i of two americans who fought for lives after coming down with ebola back in their own homes this morning cured from that deadly virus. one of those american, dr. kent brantly released and there was something they did to send a very strong message as he left
and abc's steve osunsami there again for us this morning. >> reporter: proving there's nothing to fear each and every one of his doctors, nurses and orderlies giving him a hug good-bye. >> god saved my life. a direct answer to thousands and thousands of prayers. >> reporter: it's a far cry from what the medical team had to wear when treating him for ebola. >> dr. brantly has recovered from the ebola virus infection and can return to his family, to his community and to his life without public health concerns. >> reporter: brantly is finally home after three weeks in the isolation wing of this atlanta hospital where he received an experimental serum, in africa between 60 and 90% of people sick with ebola never make it. more than 1300 have died. >> do not stop praying for the people of liberia and west africa and for a quick end to
this epidemic. >> reporter: his friend, nancy writebol, that's her helping disinfect doctors. >> she's ambulatory and able to care for herself. any illness that puts you in bed for a long time you're not fast at doing anything. >> reporter: on the african continent the disease can causing panic. south africa announcing that citizens from liberia, sierra leone or guinea will no longer be allowed entry into their country and any south africans traveling to the troubled region will face health screenings when they return. doctors say these two missionaries are now cured and if they were to return to work in liberia, they would be immune to this strain of the virus that's causing the crisis there. david? >> all right, steve osunsami, thanks so much. but ken and nancy, these two american, what they did putting their lives on the line for all these patients. glad to see them. amy with the other headlines. good morning. >> good morning, everyone.
we begin with a scare at a small college this kentucky. an ice bucket challenge that took a tragic turn. firefighters were helping the school band with their challenge spraying them with cold water when they were done, four firefighters were shocked as their truck's bucket got near a high voltage power line and one remains in critical condition this morning. there was a big shift in ferguson, missouri, this morning, tensions are easing as protests subside and the national guard begins pulling out. the funeral for 18-year-old michael brown is scheduled for monday. well, a united express flight from columbus to chicago was forced to make an emergency landing in indianapolis after the pilot noticed smoke in the cockpit. everyone on board evacuated safely. well, florida's ban on same-sex marriage has been ruled unconstitutional. that decision says the voter approved ban violates the rights of equal protection and due process. and the army is close to easing up on its controversial tattoo policy.
inked soldiers protested it which prohibits tattoos on the face, head, neck and hands. >> shark! >> holy -- [ screaming ] >> it's about what i would have do too. screaming there for some boaters off cape cod as they floated right over a great white shark. nearby beaches will be open today. but there are signs posted warning swimmers to keep an eye out. i will be keeping my limbs out. our favorite team, squaring off at the little league world series, mo'ne davis and the boys from philly out to a two-run lead but chicago answered right back. chicago winning, 6-5. they face las vegas tomorrow for the u.s. title. ah. what a game. all right. finally a second chance at life for an adorable koala. the little guy nearly died after being hit by a car but they
caught him in a blanket when it fell from a tree where it had gone to hide because it was wounded. they frantically administered oxygen and chest compressions and even gave him mouth to mouth until he started breathing again. look at him. >> oh, i love him. >> he's like a little stuffed animal. this morning he will be checked out by a vet and been nicknamed shawn after the fire captain. >> look at that face. >> look at that face. >> i love koalas. >> can i adopt him? is that possible? >> i don't know. adorable. >> have nine lives too. good for him. no you to the former virginia governor on trial for corruption. bob mcdonnell back on the stand and he he and his wife are accused of trading political favors for gifts and their marriage is at the center of this case. with all the details on display. david kerley right here this morning. >> something i didn't ask for but my job is just to tell the truth. >> reporter: this morning, former virginia governor bob mcdonnell starring in a trial quickly becoming a soap opera
saga. >> 38 years of public service, i never thought i'd be having to testify in a trial like this. it's difficult. >> reporter: mcdonnell and his wife both facing corruption charges for allegedly accepting lavish gifts worth $165,000 in exchange for promoting business man jonnie williams' company, a man the defense says the former first lady had a crush on. mcdonnell telling the jury he was just promoting business, admitting on the stand thursday his wife had a strong emotional attachment to williams. >> any words? >> reporter: he moved out of the family home before this trial started and is currently living with his priest saying he and his wife don't communicate much. >> they're trying to build the narrative that this was broken and bob and maureen could not have conspired together because they were really not in a functioning communicating marriage. >> reporter: mcdonnell airing the couple's issues on the stand reading this excerpt from a 2011 love letter to his wife "the
fiery anger and hate from you, you told me again. how bad i am. it hurt me to my core. i am lonely sometimes." >> i just want the whole truth to come out and that's the best for me and my family in the short and long term. >> reporter: this morning mcdonnell will be taking the stand again for a third day. both he and his wife pleaded not guilty. his wife has been in the courtroom as he has explained each sordid detail of their marriage. >> on full display. david, great to have you with us in new york. >> happy friday. >> thanks. now to the utah woman who almost died after drinking toxic iced tea laced with the chemical lye. the woman's condition is improving as prosecutors decide if they file any criminal charges against the restaurant that served her the dangerous drink. abc's brandi hitt has the latest for us. >> she continues to get better, we're excited about that. >> reporter: this morning jan harding is slowly recovering at a utah hospital now able to
speak less than two weeks after nearly dying from a simple sip of iced tea. unknowingly laced with industrial cleaner. >> her memory is taking that sip and mouth and throat being on fire and spitting and gagging and doing everything she could to get it out of her mouth. >> reporter: they're claiming this wasn't the first such incident alleging an employee at the dickey's barbecue pit also burned her tongue a month earlier on the same substance. a degreeser made up of lye. >> to me it means that the company was on notice there was a hazardous substance that wasn't properly labeled or controlled. >> reporter: dickey's restaurant did not immediately comment on the new allegations. harding drafk the tea earlier this month after an employee mistook the substance for sugar accide accidentally mixing it in. the district attorney currently investigating says he will likely decide whether to file criminal charges by next week.
>> our office is treating this with the seriousness it deswerves and we want to do the right thing. >> reporter: dickey's saying in a statement the worker involved in making the toxic tea no longer works for the company. adding the entire dickey's family is saddened by the events that occurred in utah and takes this incident very seriously. >> i want there to be change to whatever extent there needs to be change so this never happens again. >> reporter: for "good morning america," brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. >> people are watching and we wish her well in her continued recovery. all right, lara. i want to give you some new information we learned this morning. it's about breakfast. so many of you probably eating it as we speak but new research may change the way you feel about that most important meal of the day. >> yeah, all right. let's get some breakfast. >> reporter: it has long been known as the most important meal of the day. >> eating breakfast gives you the strength and energy you need to make it through the day. >> reporter: and a crucial part of losing weight.
but recent studies show breakfast isn't necessarily all it's cracked up to be when it comes to short-term weight loss. one study conducted over 16 weeks finding the ago of eating or not eating breakfast did not have a significant effect on weight loss. for the 300 people who participated, that is. still, some experts say that's no reason to be a cereal killer. >> i always say all meals are important, but if i had to choose the most important, i would say breakfast is the most important because it sets you up for success for the day. >> reporter: registered dietitian carrie glassman says there's a sunny side up to eating that meal, increased focus and energy to suppression of hung their could lead to overeating later in the day. >> when you don't eat breakfast your hunger hormone doesn't have a chance to decrease. even if it's small tiny breakfast, a little bit of calories tell your hunger hormone to pause. >> reporter: the bottom line, don't be so quick to break up with breakfast.
>> so it is the most important meal of the day. >> i think we all agree especially with this job when you get up early it sets you up with a little energy and hopefully suppress wanting to do what we sometimes do. >> no angry anchor. >> if you're watching "gma," they didn't study what's for breakfast. >> full of all your vitamins you need. it's great! now to the heat across much of the south and midwest that you were telling you. alluding to earlier. >> ayou had looking to. come on over here. i'll show you real quickly. dangerous heat, absolutely. some places near tallahassee where the heat index is 116. there are 12 states now with heat advisories, hazhazy, hot a humid, heat index more than 100. little rock, birmingham, atlanta get as way with 98.
i am drew tuma with morning fog on the coast and giving way to sunshine. cooler temperatures but mild to warm. 67 if san francisco for the high and 72 in oakland. the seven-day outlook shows you topping out in the mid-80's inland and mid-60's along the coast and warmer for the weekend and tons of sunshine throughout the seven-day you know who's not going 0
get hot? us in the northeast. only 74 today. >> a little chilly at the park. could be nice. thank you, ginger. the young woman at the center of that deadly love triangle speaking out this morning. what she's saying about the love of her life. also ahead the huge lawsuit over that popular show "dating neighborhood." one woman accused of showing too much. is that the show? >> i'm sorry. isn't it called dating naked? plus, our obsession with workout clothing. why we are sea spending so much on it even when we're not working out that. bang, bang, one of the hottest nights on tv. the vmas. januvia (sitagliptin) is a once-daily pill that, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar. januvia works when your blood sugar is high and works less when your blood sugar is low, because it works by enhancing your body's own ability to lower blood sugar. plus januvia, by itself, is not likely to cause weight gain
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san francisco police officers responding to reports with a man with a gun. nieto was holding a taser when he was shot. a fe ral civil rights lawsuit will be filed on behalf of nieto later on today. here's leyla gulen with the traffic. >> very busy behind me. take a look at sluggish commute from hayward heading up to the peninsula. that will take you at least 15 minutes. we have these overnight closures starting tomorrow, eastbound side of highway 4 between summersville road and fremont. that will last about four hours. then sunday in the westbound direction, detours will be in place. >> when we come
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♪ bang bang into the room i know you want it bang bang all over you ♪ every now and again we get a song in our head in the morning. when i came in, the production office kept playing it, "bang bang." we can't get enough. nicki minaj, ariana grande, jessie j. opening sunday night's mtv awards, the vmas, but a prominent parents' group already pleading that music's biggest stars tone it down because, you know, we've had twerking, we've had different things that we see at the vmas, and this group is saying not so much. >> i don't think they're going to be toning it down. >> if "bang bang" is any indication. from birthday suit to lawsuit over that popular show "dating naked."
why one woman says the show went way too far. goes sideway and misses -- >> but you're on a show called -- >> "dating naked." >> so what's too far? >> how far is too far when you're naked? >> right. >> therein lies the rub. plus, everywhere you go, you see people in those yoga pants, right? are they working out or just super comfortable? they may not, in fact, be working out at all. why workout clothing has become such a giant business. i do love mine. >> it's so true. >> like you're wearing nothing. >> blurring the lines there a little bit. then we got the sad news nick cannon admitting he and mariah carey have indeed split up. he called it trouble in paradise. we'll tell you what else he's been opening up about this morning. >> we were very sorry to hear about that. but we begin with that deadly teenage love triangle in florida of.
one man convicted of killing his best friend over a girl. this morning, that young woman in the middle of it all is speaking, and abc's matt gutman is here with that story for us. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, this is a story of puppy love and mad dog murder, of friendship between two teens and the girl both men loved but one of them was willing to do the unthinkable to get his girl back. a week after that sensational trial we were the first to speak to 20-year-old college student erika friman, the woman at the center of that love triangle. the morning christian aguilar went missing two people showed up at the university of florida police station in september of 2012, erika friman, the hazel-eyed beauty who was current girlfriend and her ex-boyfriend, pedro bravo. >> one thing that i remember thinking that was strange right
when we came in i overheard a police officer saying, oh, this love triangle thing. >> reporter: at the other edge of that, this teen, pedro bravo, was not only her ex but also one of christian's best friends and it didn't take police long to suspect him. was there a moment during that interrogation that you looked at braff so and said, i'm speaking to a murderer? >> i knew certainly after speaking with him for just a few minutes that i was speaking with someone who was trying to be extremely deceptive. >> so deceptive that out of jealousy he tricked aguilar into meeting then drugged him and strangled him in his blue chevy suv in a walmart parking lot. his movements caught on surveillance cameras, his thoughts captured in his journal. >> i am a monster for having hurt chris the way i did. >> reporter: his hatred for his friend fueled by his burring obsession for erika. >> he's going to plan a murder. >> reporter: after killing aguilar, he would dump his body in this wooded wasteland bound and buried face down.
he was considered missing until hunters found aguilar's body. the jury didn't buy the story bravo tried to sell finding him guilty. >> the defendant is guilty of first degree murder, false imprisonment, of poisoning, as charged. >> reporter: at aguilar's memorial site his family wept with tears. >> the name of christian means a gift from god. >> reporter: a gift stripped not only from his loving family but from what have been the love of his life. >> i think we would have gotten married eventually. i used to tell him, the world could end right now and if i'm in your arms, i don't care. >> the aguilars are just now beginning to heal and erika friman is moving on. monday is the first day of classes for her at the university of florida and while he'll spend the rest of his life in prison pedro bravo, that killer, takes with him to prison multiple mysteries, robin. >> thank you. i know you've been on top of
this from the beginning and you'll have the complete story tonight? >> "20/20." 10:00, 9:00 central. one of the interesting things how he managed to kill him. that is still a mystery. police are still working on that. >> we'll see you tonight. we're going to turn to that big lawsuit over the popular reality show "dating naked." one of the women who appeared on the show said it was too revealing and now wants $10 million. abc's michelle franzen. >> reporter: whether it's naked and afraid -- >> this is crazy relationship. >> reporter: or "buying naked." >> i like how open it >> i like how open it is. >> reporter: going about your business in the birthday suit is the hottest reality for jessie nizewitz of vh1's "dating naked." >> i'm extremely comfortable in my own continue. being naked to me means absolutely nothing. >> reporter: the trend has gone too far. >> you're shy. you want to make a date. that doesn't make sense. >> reporter: she is suing viacom
as well as the producers of her show for $10 million for showing her too naked. >> you feel a little uncomfortable like this? >> i'm fine. how are you? i don't mind it. >> reporter: jessie claims she was humiliated on social media with horrible messages after producers assured her certain parts of her body would be covered during a wrestling scene but when the show aired she says viewers were treated to the full monty. she put out a statement saying "i have no problem going to a beach in a bikini or people seeing me on tv in a bikini. obviously i did not expect the whole world to see my private parts. i was on the wrestling team, not the football team. >> reporter: she claims the producers encouraged her to wrestle. now she wants a huge apology. alleging the show cost her a budding relationship with someone she had been seeing for a month who never called her after the episode aired. for "good morning america," michelle franzen in new york. >> good morning. >> is it just me or is it hard to watch? >> i think everybody is up now. okay.
time now for the weather and ginger in a fully clothed central park, right, ginger. >> yes, i believe they are, david. i think everybody is absolutely clothed and we are ready for magic! that's who is coming. people are decked out. why you got to be so rude. it's your birthday. what's your name? >> my name is phoebe. >> i'm alexa. >> turn around, girls. we like the hashtag. magic! on "gma." let's get to the weather forecast. we do have a couple of things to tell you about including the mudslides that were happening. remember, parts of the cascades out in washington state, also just east of there had that -- the wildfires and then take a look right here where you can see the mudslides that happened just overnight. an inch of rain and a quick look at the pacific northwest. still stormy throughout the mountain, as well. i am drew tuma with highs along the area 60's loan the coast and 70's in the bay and
mid-80's inland with plenty sunshine and the seven-day forecast shows the weekend is warmer and in the >> we are going to get this party started. go ahead, girls. toss it up. all right. we can't wait for you to get out there. >> that was a feat. >> where did the ball go? >> just trying to catch it. >> thank you, ginger. coming up, olympic gold medalist amy van dyken-rouen's stunning recovery taking her first steps just months after that horrific atv accident that left her paralyzed. what an inspiration she is. >> we love seeing that. and we are all singing "bang bang" here this morning but what are the big surprises ahead for music's big night and this question, what does beyonce have planned? ♪ wait for me ♪ bang bang e ♪ ♪
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♪ bang bang we're back now, gosh, we love that song. sunday night, mtv vmas are upon us. lots of anticipation for a show that never has a shortage of big moments. not everyone, though, excited about that. >> you never know what's going to happen. >> that's the thing. >> when you kids watching. >> shock and surprise we were saying. cecilia vega has our story. ♪ >> reporter: the mtv video music awards, the show known for rolling out some of the most
shocking moments in pop culture history from the britney/madonna kiss to the kanye mike grab. >> i'll let you finish. ♪ we can't stop >> reporter: and, of course, all that miley teddy bear twerking last year. in anticipation of sunday night's show, the parent television council implored mtv this week to commit publicly that the program will not contain the type of explicit sexual content present in last year's show. >> it's all about doing something that is racy and sensational and over the top that's going to have people talking. >> reporter: nicki minaj, jessie j. and ariana grande are set to kick the night off with a bang singing their new hit. ♪ bang bang into the room >> reporter: and now, just days after her release of
her uber not safe for work anaconda video, some are speculating minaj could be the one to wear this year's controversial crown. >> nicki minaj is someone who is not afraid to be provocative. she's not afraid to push buttons. >> reporter: taylor swift will take the stage for the fourth time promising to deliver some surprises. >> surprise is what we want. it's what we long for. >> reporter: but not necessarily shockers. >> you run the risk of your fans who thought they knew you sit there, they sit there and go, wow, what. but i thought i knew her. >> reporter: jaw-dropping moments aside, it is promising fans stellar performances including crooner sam smith, smooth moving usher and a sure to be fancy iggy azalea. ♪ >> reporter: but sunday night will be all about the queen and beyonce will continue her reign performing and taking home the video vanguard award. >> beyonce is up for eight awards. i think it's going to be a big night for her. >> reporter: for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> always fun to see what everyone will wear.
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♪ good morning, america. it's friday, 8:00 a.m. and heartbrake nick cannon revealing he and mariah carey are living apart saying there's trouble in paradise. hello freshman 15. why so many college kids really put on the pounds when they get to campus. and what everybody can learn about staying healthy. and need a pick me up. how about i alunchtime lift. the easy quick fix that lets you boost your bosom for just 24 hours ♪ bang bang into the room "bang bang." nicki minaj is on a roll behind the scenes with the superstar as she turns out not one but two new smash hits. marry that girl ♪ all that and putting a little magic! in your morning
ago we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ don't don't you know i'm human too ♪ >> of course, they arrive that way. in a vw bus. i love it. we love this band, magic!. arriving there. [ applause ] >> oh, it is a catchy tune isn't it. >> they're getting ready to perform the song of the summer. lara is already singing. i feel bad for the crew. why you got to be so -- >> it is catchy. what a friday and everyone ready to party in the park. can't wait to join them a huge crowd. >> i know you're heading off to your late mom's town of akron, ohio, on saturday you're going to christen a plane. >> in 1918 my great-grandfather
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tampa. >> too soon. >> for those counting christmas is 1225 da5 days away. it is too soon. it is august. it is august. please, no. stop. >> what happened to christmas spirit? >> that's coming in december. >> you know, i always have the christmas spirit but can we crust -- >> i want to go to the beach. i don't want to go skiing. peoplely it is one thing to pick a flower from someone else's garden but would you steal an entire lawn? well, these two british women did just that. their caper caught on camera as they carried away sections of turf one at a time even stopping at one point for a little smoke break. so far police have not caught up with them. apparently they're winding this particular turf war where the grass is greener. yes. blades of glory. any more? >> wow. >> you got a whole list of them right there. >> she's got like little -- >> i'm going against the pun master. >> pun master is in the house. >> love that, amy. thank you. now though to nick cannon
and mariah carey. the actor and singer, they've confirmed that, well, that he and his wife of six years have been living apart for the past few months saying there's, quote, trouble in paradise. abc's paula faris has that story. ♪ you'll always be my baby >> reporter: mariah carey's romantic melodies sing of forever after. but this morning her own love story could be out of tune. overnight her husband nick cannon reportedly telling "the insider" he and carey are going through a rough patch living apart for several months married after six weeks of dating the couple renews their vows every year. >> i absolutely do. >> reporter: and gushes over their 3-year-old twins moroccan and monroe. cannon told us mariah was his rock during his lupus scare. >> medicine too is miss mariah carey. >> that's the best medicine.
>> reporter: but she's alluding to trust interviews during this interview with barbara walters. >> do you trust him? >> sometimes. >> oh. >> wait a minute. >> sometimes? >> ki trust you more than sometimes? you tell me. >> reporter: the rumor mill going into overdrive after this candid confession to big boys' radio show. >> how many famous women has nick cannon been with. >> oh, kim kardashian. >> nick cannon is one of those guys who's been known for oversharing. he didn't help himself when he talked about some other women. >> reporter: nick assuring "the insider" their rough patch has nothing to do with infidelity. a publicist telling abc news i am not commenting on mariah's personal life but she is focusing on her children and upcoming tour." a love story with an ending still unwritten. for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. >> we wish them both the very, very best. especially when children are
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♪ why you got to be so rude >> would you look at that crowd in the park. we cannot wait to get out there and join them for a little magic! >> oh. >> lovely and we love them so. >> and we love "pop news" on a friday morning. >> well, thank you, robin. let's do it and begin with the inter galactic action hero when is a real-life hero. chris pratt dressed in his cost towel star lord from "guardians of the galaxy." he paid a surprise visit, he said he would do it and did to a children's hospital in los angeles on wednesday. first the kids got to see the movie then pratt steps out from behind a door surprising them. the kids scream with delight. he spent more than three hours with them handing out toys, posing for selfies, signing autographs. letting the kids try on his gear. afterwards the hospital tweeted, thanks for making them smile. that means very, very, very much. feel good friday continues now with this, one woman's act of kindness, she stopped at starbucks at a drive-through in
st. petersburg florida and says, you know what, i want to pay for the person behind me then that then was so touched they did the same to the next person and so on. and so on and so on. in the end, 457 people paid it forward in a chain of kindness that lasted for 11 hours. >> i have chills. that is such a great story. >> sometimes people do that in the toll booth too. they'll pay for the person behind. >> i mean but that long. for 11 hours. >> you pay, it's $4 or maybe $12 for your cup of coffee but makes such a difference in the person's day. >> they were all driving 80 because they're all jacked up. finally, again, feel-good friday, the next time you're feeling like you're too old to do anything i want you to remember joanna. super senior. check this out. guy. >> whoa. >> she's 86 years old. >> oh my goodness. >> good for her. >> in her native germany and said she did gymnastics as a
little girl and gave it up when she got married. picked it up again in her 50s. >> she's still got it. >> like her scissor twist, her handstand and her perfect dismount. >> look at that core strength. >> how old? >> 86. >> joanna, 86 years old. we feel very lazy. >> yes. >> we salute her. wow! wow. thank you for that great way to end "pop news" on a friday. >> thank you. "heat index" is coming up but first ginger has another check of the weather. ginger. >> oh, look at this crowd. we right here in the middle of it. a big one and so many with sunglasses on. how about we sing, ready. one, two, three. ♪ why you gotta be so rude and then we're doing that, yeah. this is nicholas, my new friend. he wants to help me check the weather. let's get into it and talk about severe weather potential. and a couple of pockets it's elevated.
anywhere along the stationary front especially near indianapolis talking about the national weather service mentioning there could be extra flash flooding. this isn't just the severe storms and damaging wind, hail and isolated tornado but, of course, we're talking flash flood potential so keepen eye on all that. give you idea what's happening coast to coast not just in the i am drew tuma with morning fog on the coast and giving way to sunshine. cooler temperatures but mild to warm. 67 if san francisco for the high and 72 in oakland. the seven-day outlook shows you topping out in the mid-80's inland and mid-60's along the coast and warmer for the weekend and tons of sunshine throughout the seven-day f >> we're doing it again. why you got to be so rude of our
question. magic! is coming up and we cannot wait. back to the studio. >> thank you, ginger. now topping "heat index," the so-called lunchtime lift. >> okay. >> a quick cosmetic procedure to help women adly gill gusto to the girls, shall we say getting a temporary boost without going under the knife. linzie janis has our details. ♪ >> reporter: these days there's no shortage of instant glamour. ten-minute laser treatment. 15-minute manicures. 25-minute express professional makeup. but instant breast enlargement. 27-year-old haley goodwin is having the new procedure insta-breast. >> it's our fifth anniversary. i got this really great dress and i'm kind of hoping that year five, this will be a bigger night than most. >> reporter: she says she's ditching the push-up bra in favor of the real thing.
well, kind of. >> the saline gets absorbed by the body. >> reporter: manhattan plastic surgeon dr. norman rowe injects saline solution into his person's brea-- patient's breas >> more fullness. >> it can be done in 20 minutes during a lunchbreak much the catch? it only lasts 24 hours. and costs around $2500. celebrity image consultant amanda sanders has had the procedure twice. >> i wish i could do it every day truthfully. once i did it for an event and the second time was for a vacation. >> reporter: could the person you had vacation with, could he tell they were deflating. >> at the end it didn't really matter but our relationship like the breasts went away. >> reporter: and it isn't without risk. any time you make a break in the skin whether it's with a needle or a scalpel there are risks of infection. >> reporter: dr. rose says while infection is possible, the only side effect he's seen is minor bruising.
but that's not stopping kaley. 20 minutes later, she's ready for a night to remember. >> but you definitely get a notice. >> for sure. >> says she's grateful for the extra boost of confidence. for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> ah. >> so as we said it doesn't last very long. 24 hours still some questions about long-term effects but hope they had a nice anniversary. >> it could be called the cinderella effect. >> yes. >> and then -- >> i know. >> wah-wah. >> it's friday, folks. >> that's right. moving on now, the freshman 15 as they call it. so many of us remember that first year in college. >> oh, yeah. >> i think i just worked it off. >> we should show some pictures. >> or not. >> but we're not going to. often means a lot of late night, unhealthy foods but there are way to avoids packing on unwanted pounds. abbie boudreau with the tips. ♪ >> reporter: it's college move-in week but saying good-bye
to your parents could mean saying hello to the dreaded freshman 15. the weight gain by new kids on campus. >> i love eating. >> reporter: 18-year-old dylan jarvis is leaving for college today and is already thinking about how she'll avoid it. >> i'm nervous about all this food that's going to be there. there's an ice cream bar and, you know, they have chicken nuggets for dinner all the time. >> reporter: while you may not gain 15 pounds expert agree you'll likely gain some. >> the research shows that the average weight gain among freshmen is about 5 pounds during their first year. >> reporter: and it's no wonder freshmen put on the pounds between the drinking games and late night pizza deliveries there's also a constant stream of food at the cafeteria so how can you take control? first of all, get enough shut-eye. >> so basically when we don't get at least eight hours of sleep each night, we experience hormonal changes that can actually increase our appetite. it can cause us to eat more than we planned.
>> reporter: but you can always keep trim by hitting the gym. treating it like a class. >> so you want to schedule time to head to the gym. not only a gateway to keep your weight in check but stress reliever as well. >> reporter: don't treat the dining room like an all you can eat steak house. >> we know there's so many all you can eat buffets. you can overdo it when it cops to calories. >> reporter: dylan plans to keep the pounds off by staying on the softball at school and avoiding the ice cream bar but is okay with cheating now and then. >> i'm probably going to crack a couple of types but hopefully i stay true to my healthy diet. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> and you can be honest with us. we all are sharing our stories during the piece. did you gain the freshman 15? >> oh, yeah. >> right here. tweet us use the #socialsquare. >> let us know. it is friday. we love to have that story that makes you feel good. i believe had is the one.
we want to introduce you to an urban cowgirl. a former marine who has been helping kids stay off the streets for three decades by sitting them in a saddle. take a look. ♪ you don't see this every day. two teenage cowboys hitting the streets of hartford, connecticut, on horses but for 17-year-old fred wright staying on a horse is keeping him off the streets. >> when i was growing up, i was definitely on that wrong path. i never sold drugs or anything like that but i definitely had an opportunity to do that. >> reporter: behavior issues forced the young wright to transfer schools several times. he suffered with low self-esteem and lacked hope for his future. but that all changed when he met the woman he calls ma. >> so many call them ma. people ask is that your son? yes. is that your daughter? yes. they're not my biological children but they're my kids. >> reporter: patricia kelly, a former marine and he quest triian helped wright find peace in an unlikely place, on a
horse. >> at the time the horses were take up a lot of my time, you know, it kept me busy then misskelley started to teach me things about horses and, you know, make me look forward to something. >> reporter: for more than 30 years kelly has helped children in hartford stay on the right track through her nonprofit ebony horsewomen, the program offers horseback lessons and teaches animal science to more than 300 young people a year. >> head up, you're doing good, babe. i'm working with some of the brightest human beings ever put on a planet. what has happened is that some of that creativity and some of that brilliance has been blocked up by circumstances. >> reporter: hartford, connecticut, is one of the most violent cities in the country but this native daughter of hartford wants to change that by empowering its youngest citizens. >> the success rate is tremendous. we stress education. we've had a 100% graduation from high school. >> reporter: and next fall, fred plans to take his passion to new
heights cornell university's horseshoeing program. >> i'm very proud of him. he will never be defeated. he has the strongest work ethic i have ever seen in a young man. >> she did a lot for me and the only way i could think about repaying her is just going through with all the goals i set for myself and showing her that i'm going to be successful. >> oh, way to go, patricia. >> i love when she's asked are those my sons and daughters. they're all mine. >> that's ma. >> which she is doing. >> great. >> wonderful. a check again with ginger and get to central park real soon. >> oh, robin, thank you. you know who i have found here. this is -- we're trying to look cool. the coolest two cats i found in the crowd. khalif and soulta. give me that look. >> he's been practicing. >> we love it. isn't this a fun morning, everybody? are you having a good time?
who's excited to see magic!? you? yeah. that's what it says right on the side of the sunglasses. we cannot wait, my friends. magic! is coming up. check it out. right here. on "gma" and coming up also rap star nicki minaj giving us a preview of her sure to shock performance at the mtv vmas often sunday and, of course, our reggae pop sensation magic! it's all the rage and it's all on "gma" in just moments, stay with us. ♪ .
good morning. i'm kristen sze. the 49ers hope to finish resodding levi's stadium sometime today. sky 7-hd was over the stadium less than a half hour ago. workers are preparing to lay down huge roms of sod that were delivered this morning. on wednesday, two players suffered minor injuries when the sod began to split. coach harbaugh immediately called off practice. the niners need to get the field in shape by sunday when they play the chargers. see if traffic is in good shape. leyla gulen? >> unfortunately not in oakland. we'll take you to the scene of this accident northbound side of 880 at 23rd avenue. we have a couple lanes blocked, 13 miles per hour your top speed and you're seeing those delays away from 238. so very busy out there. here's a look right now at the bay bridge toll plaza.
i'm abc7 meteorologist drew tuma. a live look at sfo, the clouds breaking apart along the coast and we are turning to mainly sunny skies and warming up nicely. highs across the bay area, summer spread in full effect, 60s along the coast, 70s along the bay and 80s inland. 67 for san francisco, oakland your high 72 and fremont about 78 degrees. the accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll show you today a little cooler than yesterday but
warming up for saturday and sunday. going back to the 90s midweek next week. ♪ why you got to be so rude ♪ don't you know i'm human too [ cheers and applause ] >> we have a group of kids. >> ah, we're on! >> here we go. >> just talking amongst ourselves. >> it's friday. >> we're meeting everybody up here and we're just so excited. i was just telling nasri thank you, your music just makes you happy and puts us in a great mood. you all have been a great mood. are you ready for a little magic!? [ cheers and applause ] >> i mean, the stats are incredible. the song has spent six straight weeks at number one on billboard's hot 100. the video has over 80 million views on youtube. a lot of those from us. we love the song. here's magic! with "rude." [ cheers and applause ]
♪ saturday morning jumped out of bed and put on my best suit got in my car and raced ♪ ♪ like a jet all the way to you knocked on your door with heart in my hand ♪ ♪ to ask you a question 'cause i know that you're an old-fashioned man, yeah can i have your daughter ♪ ♪ for the rest of my life? say yes, say yes 'cause i need to know you say i'll never get ♪ ♪ your blessing 'til the day i die tough luck, my friend, but the answer is 'no' ♪ ♪ why you gotta be so rude? don't you know i'm human too? why you gotta be so rude? i'm gonna marry her anyway ♪ ♪ marry that girl marry her anyway marry that girl yeah, no matter ♪ ♪ what you say marry that girl
and we'll be a family so why you gotta be so rude ♪ ♪ i hate to do this you leave no choice i can't live without her ♪ ♪ love me or hate me we will be boys standing at that altar or we will run away ♪ ♪ to another galaxy, you know you know she's in love with me she will go anywhere i go can i have your daughter ♪ ♪ for the rest of my life? say yes, say yes 'cause i need to know you say i'll never ♪ ♪ get your blessing 'til the day i die tough luck, my friend, 'cause the answer's ♪ ♪ still 'no' why you gotta be so
rude? don't you know i'm human too? why you gotta be so rude? ♪ ♪ i'm gonna marry her anyway marry that girl marry her anyway marry that girl ♪ ♪ no matter what you say marry that girl and we'll be a family say why you gotta be so rude rude oh ♪ ♪ ♪ can i have your daughter for the rest of my life? ♪ ♪ say yes, say yes 'cause i need to know you say i'll never get your blessing 'til the day i die ♪ ♪ tough luck, my friend, but 'no' still means 'no'!
why you gotta be so rude? don't you know ♪ ♪ i'm human too? why you gotta be so rude? i'm gonna marry her anyway marry that girl ♪ ♪ marry her anyway marry that girl no matter what you say marry that girl ♪ ♪ and we'll be a family so why you gotta be so rude ♪ ♪ whoa oh why you gotta be so rude ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. oh, hey. we have effectively got that in your head now if it wasn't before. good morning, everybody. we are just on the side dancing up close and having a great time. good morning. how are you guys? that was fun, wasn't it? that was too much fun. but let's go ahead. we have headlines and weather we need to get to and we'll start with a good look at what's happening in the heat.
you know, it's going to be hot somewhere. it's not in new york city, i'll tell you that, but this is what it will feel like. the heat index around 3:00 p.m., st. louis, 106, memphis, 105. there are 12 states with heat advisories. it's the humidity that makes it feel extra hot, and now i want to leave you with a look across the nation with some of the nicer getaways, weekend getaways, if you will, 80 for seattle on your saturday. really nice, 79 on sunday. i am drew tuma with highs along the area 60's loan the coast and 70's in the bay and mid-80's inland with plenty sunshine and the seven-day forecast shows the weekend is warmer and in the >> all that weather brought to you by the university of phoenix. amy. >> all right, ginger, thanks so much, and now to our exclusive behind-the-scenes with one of the headliners from sunday night's mtv video music awards. if they handed out one of these
moon man stat views for the most shocking moment, rapper nicki minaj might take it home this year. nice, david. rachel smith, one-on-one sh, with the star as she preps for the big night. ♪ pills and potions >> reporter: nicki minaj's "potion" casts a powerful spell. the chart topping rapper earning $29 million last year alone. minaj's momentum since hitting the scene in 2010 can't be denied from social media to endorsement deals, even a turn on the silver screen and back to her roots this summer delivering new music including smash hit collaborations. >> i haven't put on an album in over 2 1/2 years and so for me to still even be relevant, i want to say thank you to my fans for keeping my name is live. >> reporter: nicki sat down with "gma" for a promo shoot teasing her performance sunday night.
>> i remember being little and watching the tv to see who was performing on the vmas. ♪ boy toy >> reporter: while nicki remained tight-lipped on the details with taking the stage on "anaconda," the frenzy it's sparking on the internet is no secret. what was the inspiration behind it particularly for you? >> i wanted to reinstate something. because of the shift in pop culture even hip-hop men are really glorifying the less curvy body. i wanted to say, hey, ladies, you're beautiful. >> reporter: something else nicki loves is the creative journey she's taken on her upcoming album out later this year. >> i think having more experiences and adding that with being a writer, it makes just for a great album. i'm making sure to give people what they love and at the same time i'm going to push the envelope. ♪ starships >> reporter: for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, los angeles. ♪ hands up and touch the sky
[ cheers and applause ] >> cannot wait to see what nicki minaj has in store for us this weekend, and we'll have a full wrap-up of all the action monday morning when "gma" goes vma. coming up, we have more magic! from central park. stay with us. ♪ don't you know i'm human too ♪ why you gotta be so rude is it the biting? ...we need to break up. cuz i can stop? no! i love you and your show.
boy ""don't kill the magic." do not kill the magic. we are not. i am here with nasri, mark, ben, alex on drums back there. hey, guys. i tell you what, it's got to be a great feeling. you know, sometimes there's like the summer of 2014 and what you just did, "rude." that's a song we play over and over again. it's nice to know that you have the anthem of the summer, isn't it? >> i mean, it's great to know our music is being heard because we've all been paying our dues for a long time as musicians and this is a very, very big opportunity for us today, so it's wonderful. >> well, you can see the energy from the crowd. [ cheers and applause ] i love it. it's not magic. it's magic!, exclamation point. >> you got it. >> how did you come up with that? why that? >> it's actually our producer that suggested rolling with that name. one of our songs is called "don't kill the magic" and with magic at the end, he said it would be pretty cool to call the band magic! >> it is cool.
you worked with other artists and is it true your friends said, why are you going out on your own? you've had such great success writing for others. i bet they're rethinking that right now. >> i mean, everybody is really supportive but, yeah, of course, i had reached a certain level as a songwriter that is a very good career and i didn't need to switch careers but there's something just really in my heart that wasn't settled and when i met the guys, i knew this was the next step in my life. >> it's magic! yeah. >> it feels that way. >> you can see that and i was telling you earlier, you know, and, alex, too, it's just -- it's the beat. it's the feel, you know, you just -- things can be tough and you listen to your music and you just make it feel all right. you seeing us bounce like that. is that your intent? you said -- >> are we bouncing together right now? >> but you said that's what you love. that you know that people -- you make people happy. >> thank you. >> yeah. >> so are you ready for some more? are you ready to "let your hair
down" because this is as close as i'll ever be to being in the band. back to the band and magic!, "let your hair down." ♪ de-ya boom boom boom ♪ de-ya boom boom boom ♪ de-ya boom boom boom ♪ there she goes there she goes there she goes ♪ ♪ there's nothing better than my beautiful woman ♪ ♪ said even though even though even though it's not always heaven we still fly together ♪ ♪ to me you are more than just skin and bones you are elegance and freedom and everything i know ♪ ♪ so come on and baby let your hair down let me run my fingers through it ♪
♪ we can be ourselves now go ahead be foolish ♪ ♪ said no one's on the clock now lying in this simple moment ♪ ♪ you don't gotta worry now just let your hair down ♪ ♪ de-ya boom boom boom ♪ de-ya boom boom boom ♪ de-ya boom boom boom ♪ tell me when tell me when tell me when ♪ ♪ when i can steal a sweet kiss right from you ♪ ♪ i'm diving in i'm diving in i'm diving in ♪ ♪ the water's warm right here to me you are more than just skin and bones ♪
♪ you are elegance and freedom and everything i know ♪ ♪ so come on and baby let your hair down let me run my fingers through it ♪ ♪ we can be ourselves now go ahead be foolish ♪ ♪ said no one's on the clock now lying in this simple moment ♪ ♪ you don't gotta worry now just let your hair down ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ baby let your hair down let me run my fingers through it ♪
>> oh. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> you like that? ♪ you know sometimes girls just want to have fun. ♪ i come home in the morning light my mother says when you gonna live your life right ♪ ♪ oh momma dear we're not the fortunate one ones and girls they want to have fun ♪ ♪ oh girls just want to have fun ♪ ♪ they want to have fun girls they do they want to have fun girls they want to have fun ♪ ♪ girls ♪ the phone rings in the middle of the night my father yells what you gonna do with your life ♪ ♪ oh daddy dear you know you're still number one but girls they want to have fun oh girls just want to have fun ♪ ♪ that's all they really want
some fun ♪ ♪ oh say when the working day is done oh girls they want to have fun ♪ ♪ oh girls just want to have fun girls ♪ >> girls, you ready? you got to sing. ♪ wanna have fun girls >> i can't hear you. ♪ wanna have fun girls ♪ ♪ ♪ they wanna have fun girls they do they wanna have fun girls ♪ ♪ wanna have fun >> just the girls. just the girls. you sing.
♪ wanna have fun girls they wanna have fun girls ♪ ♪ they wanna have fun girls ♪ they wanna have fun girls >> come on. ladies, make some noise. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ they wanna have fun girls ♪ yeah ♪ they wanna have fun girls they do they wanna have fun girls ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, ladies. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ [ cheers and applause ] i know you're dancing at home because we're dancing here in the park with this great crowd and magic! nasri, ben, alex. want to play one more for us? "no way no." "no way no." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hey baby baby your heart's too big to be treated small ♪ ♪ so please don't blame me blame me for trying to be the one who could have it all ♪
♪ you know that it's stupid stupid ♪ ♪ telling you it's dark when you see the light ♪ ♪ i know you ain't foolish foolish just give me one chance i could treat you right ♪ ♪ so i say will i ever be too far away when you feel alone no way no ♪ ♪ will i ever back down my sword to protect our home no way no ♪ ♪ will i ever spend a day not telling you you're beautiful i say no way no ♪ ♪ no way no way no no way no way no ♪ ♪ told me that love ever hits your eyes i promise you'll miss her miss her the second that she walks right out your sight ♪ ♪ so we should just do it do it do it 'cause i don't want to risk her being right ♪ ♪ let's not be foolish don't you
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. not necessarily here, but the sun is coming out. rhett's go to meteorologist drew tuma for the latest. >> starting to see on the exploratorium camera clouds breaking apart, sunshine over the bay so we'll warm nicely. highs around the bay, 60s along the coast, 70s in the bay, 72 for oakland, 67 for san francisco, 85 for fairfield. your accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll show you today, expect mid-80s inland, mid-60s along the coast, a slight warm-up tomorrow, and back into the 90s inland next week. and it looks like all the drivers coming out of marin chasing the sun, heading in towards san francisco. you can see the clouds in the background. looks like traffic move eight long pretty well. we have this accident, oufr, in the east bay as you're traveling through richmond, your drive
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